The work of art has been in existence for many years with different people bringing their creativity in different museums for analysis. The art work is the work of minds of people. The working of the mind is different in different people as it is with art. The function of the museums is to give all artist equal opportunity to portray their work and share their knowledge with the world. The works of two artists has been taken into consideration, and their differences and similarities analyzed. The differences and similarities presented occur in terms of age, period, shape, volume and presentation. Comparing the two artists Vincent van Gogh and Diego Rivera helps the audience judge between the two and choose the best among them.
The biggest similarity between the two works and artists is that they were both creative and widely involved nature in their creation. They drew their work from the environment either through thought, observation or remembrance. They brought what the others could not see or perceive to the existence by the creation of their minds. The two artists could see beyond their households, gardens and flower beds to come up with creations that actually never existed in the real world but in imagination and fantasy. The two artists further used colors to draw and express their artistic capacities to the people. They would borrow the colors of the sky, the ocean, vegetation and animals and authorize them as per the directives of the mind. They used the same colors as it was in nature to buy attention and beauty for their drawings and art.
The time for making and drawing of the art was almost the same. The two artists show cased their work in the years between Diego Rivera and Vincent van Gogh. The existence of the in the same period allowed the audience a platform to compare the two works. The use of mathematical figures to depict the area, shape and volume of the artistic creations brings more similarities to the two works and performers of the same on an equal and similar platform. This shows that the two had a sense for shape, volume, space and dimensions. The two use different measures to express different features in their work. This gives the audience a reason to like and relate with the whole idea of art and drawing. They feel that this is just a piece of reality presented on a scale.
The use of the artistic works is the same in the two instances. The artists involved send their friends and relatives letters with their artistic work displayed on them. They also describe and give the meaning of features to the intended persons. In the modern world, the two works have been put to show case in the modern museums. They depict the ancient times.
The two works have several differences that show the distinction of minds and different levels of creativity. The two artistic works have differences portrayed indifferent ways and manner. The differences range from making to presentation. The work of the Van Gogh is presented and displayed at Metropolitan Museums of Art in New York. This is different from the work of Diego Rivera presented and displayed at Philadelphia Museums of Art in Chicago. This difference shows the spread and availability of ar and creativity in different parts of the world.
The measurements used in presentation of the art work by the two artists are different in different works presented by the two artists. This shows their difference sense of volume, shape, size and scale. They use different intensity of color to emphasize this fact. They show the difference in lengths of observation.
Van Gogh used nature to display and parade his creativity. He drew flowers, plantations, wind and rainfall to show the beauty f nature. He used his creative colors to show substance at different areas and distance. He expanded the knowledge and love of plantation to express his feelings and views. He used facts of nature like the Japanese Ukiyoe woodblock to show case and entertain. Diego Rivera used his artistic values by associating it with humanity and social aspects. He used deep sense of imagination to bring to life what he saw, thought and perceived. He brought the society to view itself in its day to day activities. He showed structures and shelters. He used colors and shapes to depict age, size shape and gender. His work was more real as it was based on what everybody knew. He lacked a specific liking of any seasonal material in his work. He drew his colors from the mind rather than from nature. The two were skilled artists and brought art to what it is for generations to come (Luis & Juan. 2008).
The two works and artists have portrayed a wide range of differences and similarities. The differences and similarities show different lines of thinking and their effects. The existence of both works in the museums is a clear indication that the work of the two is accepted and appreciated. The works show source, growth and development of art to place it is today. The differences show the independence of the minds of people and the creativity they bear. It further shows diversity in all aspects of life and the natural existence of difference and competition. The use of museums for both works show the nature of compiling the different minds to come up with a common goal. Similarities from an artistic view can depict some commonness in all people. All these factors are facts of art.